Multiple members of the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns are among the more than 250 NCAA softball players from around the country who have entered their names into the transfer portal.

Five players on Louisiana's 2019 roster have put their names in the transfer portal, and likely won't return in 2020.

Casidy Chaumont, Aeriyl Mass, Tiana Patrick, Mila Rodriguez, and Caylon Brabham have all entered the transfer portal since May 31.

On Monday, we told you that Chaumont, a second baseman, has elected to transfer to Missouri.

As a sophomore in 2019, Chaumont appeared in 48 games, including 31 as a starter, hitting 286, to go along with 14 RBI's, after appearing in 55 of UL's 57 games as a freshman in 2018, including 48 starts, hitting .207 with 5 home runs and 28 runs batted in.

An outfielder, Mass saw some extended playing time as a freshman in 2018, appearing in 52 contests, including 32 as a starter, hitting .253 over 79 at-bats, before getting only 9 at-bats as a sophomore this past season, while appearing in 35 games, mainly as a pinch-runner.

Patrick, a utility player, who transferred to Louisiana last summer from Santa Ana College, saw action in only two games as a sophomore in 2019, with only one at-bat.

Rodriguez, a native of Tracy, California, and Brabham, a native of Amite, Louisiana, were both redshirt freshmen, who did not appear in the 2019 campaign.

We wish all these young ladies the very best in their future endeavors.